09:05 Journalist's phone records handed over during GCSB leak investigation

Former Prime Minister and constitutional law expert Geoffrey Palmer.

09:20 The Bradley Manning verdict

A judge in a military court in the United States has  acquitted former US intelligence analyst Bradley Manning of aiding the enemy, but convicted him of espionage, theft and computer fraud charges for giving thousands of classified secrets to  WikiLeaks.  Alexa O'Brien is a journalist who has covered the Bradley Manning's military court hearing.

09:30 Salvation Army staff who work with asylum seekers in Nauru and Manus Island speak out

Mark Isaacs, spokesperson for current and former Salvation Army workers based at the detention centres. They have spoken out against the treatment of asylum seekers, saying detention conditions are cruel and degrading. Mark set up the recreation and lifestyle programs on Nauru and worked there between October and June.

09:45 Australia correspondent Karen Middleton

Prime Minister Kevin Rudd may be about to call an earlier election date; and a new Crime Commission report into organised crime says it costs the Australian economy $15 billion.

10:05 Feature guest: Oliver Preston - UK cartoonist

Oliver Preston was a former high-powered bond trader with Lehman Brothers in London. He lost his job, and decided to completely change his life and become a cartoonist. He has been Chairman of The Cartoon Art Trust since 2001, and co-founded London's first Cartoon Museum in February 2006.

Gallery: Cartoons by Oliver Preston

10:35 Book Review with Crystal Beavis

The Misplaced Affections of Charlotte Fforbes by Catherine Robertson
Published by Random House NZ Black Swan

10:45 Reading: 'The Forrests' by Emily Perkins

Read by Fiona Samuel
(Part 8 of 12)

11:05 Marty Duda's Artist of the Week: JJ Cale             

Oklahoma musician JJ Cale passed away last weekend at age 74. The laid-back singer-songwriter is known for his contribution to the 'Tulsa Sound', a sound built more on the groove than anything else. Although he only had one hit of his own – 1971's 'Crazy Mama' – Cale wrote several other songs popularised by the likes of Eric Clapton ('After Midnight', 'Cocaine') and Lynyrd Skynyrd ('Call Me The Breeze'). JJ Cale quietly carved out a musical niche with his own brand of slow-cookin' Southern boogie. His most recent album was 2009s Roll On.

1. Crazy Mama (2:30) - JJ Cale taken from 1971 album "Naturally" (Shelter)|
2. You Got Something (4:04) - JJ Cale taken from 1976 album "Troubadour" (Shelter)
3. Ooh La La (3:28) - JJ Cale taken from 2007 album "Rewind: Unreleased Recordings" (W14/Universal)
4. Roll On (4:43) -JJ Cale taken from 2009 album "Roll On" (Because/Warners)

11:30 Legal commentator Andrew Scott Howman

An employment court ruling on a partying pilot.

11:45 Science commentator Paul Behrens

New research on Arctic sea ice.

Music played in this show


Feist: 'I Feel It All'
from her 2007 album The Reminder


Claude Rains: 'Listening to the Sea'
from his self-titled 2012 album


Liam Finn: 'Better To Be'
from his 2008 album I'll Be Lightning